PICTURES! See tonight's The Voice UK 2018 blind auditions on ITV

Tonight's The Voice 2018 auditions preview

Here are all the pictures from tonight's fourth round of blind auditions on The Voice 2018 UK.

This evening sees Week 4 of series seven of The Voice UK which continues on its brand new home on ITV.

The search for a new vocal superstar goes on with global music legends, Jennifer Hudson, Sir Tom Jones and Olly Murs still on their quest to uncover the best vocal talent that Britain has to offer.

Once again, this year’s winner will scoop a life changing record contract with Polydor Records.

After the first three weeks, Team Olly and Team Tom each have five contestants on their teams of ten.

Team and Team Jennifer have four of their places filled.

Each coach needs 10 acts for the next stages - the battle rounds - and will be seen fighting over the best acts once more this evening.

Performers tonight include 26-year-old musician H Boss who sings a mash up of Don't Mind by Kent Jones and Antenna by Fuse ODG and 17-year-old student Kirby Frost who performs Ciao Adios by Anne Marie.

Also singing for a spin this evening are duo Loaded Sista, made up of duo Keisha Rodney & Salli Flaherty who sing Black Widow by Iggy Azalea Ft Rita Ora.

More contestants include 17-year-old student Anna Willison Holt, 16-year-old student Eliza Gutteridge and 25-year-old Jordan James.

Rounding off the acts tonight are 17-year-old Zak Archer from Wales, 23-year-old Holly Ellison from Liverpool and 16-year-old Gayatri Nair from London.

As always in the blind auditions, the coaches will decide whether or not to spin for an act based only on what they hear as they sit with their backs to the stage.

Each of the contestants who step out on stage must hold their nerve as they perform in the hope of seeing at least one chair turn round.

But if no coaches spin then the contestant leaves the stage immediately as the coaches remain with their backs to the stage, never to see who performed.

The Voice 2018 starts at 8PM tonight, Saturday January 27 on ITV.

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